Tables In Wonderland Membership

With costs high for just about everything you do at Walt Disney World, many travelers are always looking for a way that they can save money. For Florida residents, DVC Members, and Annual Pass Holders one of the ways that Disney has made a savings available is to purchase a Tables in Wonderland Membership.

Tables in Wonderland Discount ProgramTables in Wonderland Discount Program
Tables in Wonderland offers members a 20% discount on all food and beverages at the 99 participating Resort Hotel and Theme Park restaurants. The discount is valid for a party of up to 10 Guests. As long as the entire party is on the same check, and the Tables in Wonderland member pays the bill. However, If you have the Tables in Wonderland card, and your spouse has the Tables in Wonderland secondary card, together you may cover up to 20 people!

Tables In Wonderland Costs:

  • $100 for Florida Residents and Disney Vacation Club Members
  • $75 for Annual / Seasonal Passholders
  • Add a second membership for your spouse or partner for just $50 more

The Tables In Wonderland Discount Includes AlcoholThe Tables In Wonderland Discount Includes Alcohol
Tables in Wonderland covers regular Theme Park restaurants such as the Crystal Palace and Pizzafari, Character Dining, and even upscale Resort restaurants like the California Grill. Tables in Wonderland may not be combined with any other discount and some holiday black-out days do apply. Though Tables in Wonderland doesn't include most special dining experiences (such as Fantasmic Dinner Package, Food and Wine Festival dinners, Candlelight Packages) invitations to special TIW member-only food and wine events, winemaker dinners and celebrity chef dinners are sent out several times during the year.

Food and Wine Festival Special EventFood and Wine Festival Special Event
A Tables in Wonderland membership is good for 1 year from date of purchase. Many Disney fans prefer the Tables in Wonderland Card over the Disney Dining Plan, because Tables in Wonderland give you a flat discount off of your bill no matter what you order, including cocktails. If you'd like to find out more details about the Tables in Wonderland program visit our friends over at the Disney Food Blog for a full listing of restaurants and much more.

Thanks so much to the Disney Food Blog for use of their wonderful images. Are you a Tables in Wonderland Member? Have you been able to save money with this program? If so, leave a comment and share how Tables in Wonderland has enhanced your vacation experience.

Becks534 wrote on Sun, 09/23/2012 - 14:59:

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We're definitely considering Tables in Wonderland when we head down in October. I'm just wondering about something - what if I was (theoretically! :-D) dining with another couple who are using the Disney Dining Plan? I'm assuming that each party would need separate checks but TiW would cover our bill, correct?

Frogirl wrote on Mon, 09/24/2012 - 21:20:

I am looking forward to get the TiW card for my fall trip and then using it when I go back in June. I know that being the card holder I need to pay for the food, but in June we are going with my family (9 ppl total). Can I pay for dinner with a gift card? My thought was that everyone would purchase a gift card with for the amount of their contribution to the food costs and I could pay for dinner with those. Will that work? Thanks.

Larry Brooks wrote on Mon, 09/24/2012 - 22:45:

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We have used our TIW card for about 3 years. For us, it has really paid off. The only counter service restaurants that accept the card are the food courts at the All Star, Pop Century and The Art of Animation resorts.

MrHub wrote on Tue, 09/25/2012 - 18:09:

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Yes Becks, TIW would cover your bill for the discount. You could also include any alcoholic drinks for your entire party and get them discounted too.

Sandra wrote on Wed, 09/26/2012 - 19:32:

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Just wondering why it would make sense to get Tables in Wonderland Card if you already have an Annual Pass. Doesn't the Annual Pass give you discounts at restaurants, etc. I am just trying to figure it all out. I visit often and if this is going to help me save a little, then I might do it.

Kristen K. wrote on Wed, 09/26/2012 - 20:04:

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Sandra, I don't know what the AP discount is, but for DVC Members it varies by restaurant 10-20%. I think that TiW is a more reliable discount, at least for DVC Members.

Tom H. wrote on Fri, 10/05/2012 - 16:38:

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I believe the annual pass and DVC food discounts are most often 10% on dinners and do not include alcoholic beverages. The Tables card does cover alcohol and is 20%. However, the Tables card automatically adds an 18% gratuity. In effect, the tip is being covered by the discount. Also, the tables card covers a larger group than the DVC card. DW and I use a Tables card and it has been a good deal for us.

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